A designer has given me a design with two spaces. Into these spaces I will put images. Which image goes there is dynamic (upcoming class type of thing). This part is not hard. :) The issue is that the spaces are not rectangular--I believe they are quadrilaterals and one is trapezium. To further complicate the issue, they are adjacent. To simplify this geometrical discourse, I prepared an image: http://tinyurl.com/dlobcg You see there that there are two spaces--the top and bottom and a red line separates them. That red line is supposed to be visible after the boxes are full. To fill in one of these boxes I could do, by making either the image or the "background" transparent and then putting the transparent one on top of the 'regular' one. But The problem is that the two images actually overlap slightly--what I mean is that the lower right part of the top image (were it rectangular) overlaps the top right of the bottom one. I am coming up with all sorts of wacky ideas about requiring a triangular-shaped transparent section in each image or other potential ideas. Does anyone have an intelligent way to handle this? (Aside from firing the designer of course.) Thanks!